Working in Romania you will obviously have to deal with and know something about taxes in Romania. We will focus on taxes as an employee and provide you with a short insight.Read more
Working in Romania
Working in Romania is exciting and each experience is unique. Moving and working abroad always offers new insights: a new culture, new friends, a new language and new surroundings. Working in Romania definitely offers that, and more!
There are an assortment of things that expats should know about the job market in Romania, before taking up a job in Romania. These things include the latest legal issues regarding work permits, the required skills and general information on the professional culture in Romanian companies.
Landing on a job in Romania has become quite easy, as the job market has been rapidly evolving over the last few years. This has created many job opportunities for expats.
When finding a job in Romania, the minimum required educational level is usually a high-school diploma. However, international companies will require a university degree for certain positions. Fluency in English is a must, however French and German are currently highly in demand. Also, many recruiting agencies are looking for people with a basic knowledge of computer literacy. An internationally recognized IT certificate has a high influence on your chances of finding a job in Romania.
Romania is a great upcoming country with a good economic market. Read our tips, insights and information on working in Romania here!
Employers are looking for new colleagues with certain language levels. We have noticed many candidates underestimate their language level. Here is something to help you.Read more
Working in Romania took a positive change at the end of the Cold War. People started businesses, trade, employ and find employment. Successive governments created favorable circumstances for foreign investments and we also see a strong…Read more
With this article we aim to inform you on the fact that also in Romania Labour Rights are well implemented. As you can expect a Labour Code and a Labour Inspection are in place. What are your rights? What can you do if you feel…Read more
Working abroad is fun and you should definitely gain the experience. However there are some things you should take responsibility of to avoid surprises where you land. These are a general tips, each country has its own particularities.Read more